Jintai Wuhuan Hotel

No.4 Dongtucheng Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100020, China | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Beijing

Silly American

A travel blog entry by quirkybenny on Sep 27, 2013

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... I was buying the frog, the woman said that I got the same item as Rae. She asked, "Are you two in a relationship?" Rae smacked me with hers and I got the dog design one.

So today, I learned a lot of important things: 1) I am still a silly American in China, 2) Look at a street map, so I know where I am going, and 3) I need to see the area near my campus.

To let everyone know: It is Mohini's birthday today!

Next week is national holiday, which means no school!

Chinese New Year!!

A travel blog entry by markandjade on Feb 07, 2013

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... the metro was right outside the train station and somehow we had missed it. Our hostel was decent, located in the Hutongs area. Basically one storey high buildings with pedestrian lanes and nice shops. It was an expensive area though. £4.50 for a cup of tea. Again I could feel that greeny coming on.  We attempted to visited the forbidden city twice whilst in Beijing, firstly it was closed but we did check out Tiananmen square while we were there, which we're ...

Sunshine, Steps and more Sweat

A travel blog entry by ruthii on Aug 07, 2012

... table. It was served to use as we sat around a large, round table with a huge glass revolving plate (like a Lazy Susan) which we spun to get the dish we wanted. The table was covered with a number of thin plastic cloths which were removed one-by-one as each new tour group arrived. A simple business proposition which had clearly hit a gap in the market and did a roaring trade!

The coach then carried us back to Beijing, where a cold shower and plenty of air-con ...

Surviving a Chinese stopover

A travel blog entry by damienmathews on Jun 21, 2012

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... signs of life from the tower, and I managed to get around 30 minutes
sleep before daybreak at 4:30am.

I woke up to find the mountaintop shrouded in clouds. It
made for a beautiful sight, with the Great Wall looming up in front of me.
Noises started to drift up from the trail, after a few minutes a group of three
Chinese photographers emerged from the gloom. None spoke English, so we just
smiled and nodded at each other. A couple ...

The Wall

A travel blog entry by glassmerchant on Mar 28, 2012

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Today it is off to the Great wall of China - there is a restored part of the wall northeast of Beijing. It was an early start to avoid the worst of the traffic but it wasn't very successful as it seems that everyone else had the same plan.

'He who has not climed the Great Wall is not a man' - Mao Zetong

The car park is busy ...

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